Theses and Dissertations - UTB/UTPA
Correlation between the number of children a woman has in the Women, Infants, and Children Program and their ratings of the program
Date of Award
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Dr. Robert Winkle
Dr. Jose R. Hinojosa
Dr. Nigel J. Cohen
This paper tests the proposition that W.I.C. is satisfactorily meeting the educational, prenatal care and management needs of the W.I.C. clientele. Specifically, the difference of satisfaction between women who have all their children in the program and women who do not have all their children in the program will be determined. The women with more than one child in the program may have more experience with the program and as a result, rate it higher. From a political perspective, the findings of this study are important to the government and taxpayers that are concerned with how well W.I.C. actually serves the community. The findings will determine the difference of satisfaction between women with multiple children as opposed to the women who only have one child.
University of Texas-Pan American
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